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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. SATURDAY. AUGUST 19,' 1922.
Modern Cottage
House for Quick Sale
I am asked to sell the F.
J. Truell house, 12
Highland street, at once.
Very attractive home,
with extra building lot.
Each lot has 69-ft. front
age. Seven rooms, bath
and extra toilet. All
birch finish.
Telephone 743-W to
night for appointment.
W. J. BIGELOW
Brattleboro Homes
Sp
ortiug
STANDING OF THE CLI BS.
American League.
Won Lost P. c
st. Louis, os 47 .r.oi
New York, OS 47 ..V.U
Detroit, 0 - "5 ,
Chicago, r,7 r.7 ..wo
Cleveland. 5! HI) ..r(X)
"Washington, 54 00 .474
Philadelphia, 40 VA .420
Boston, " 45 CS .398
National League.
Won Lost P.o.
New York, as 4T .002
St. Louis, 65 4!) .570
Chicago, 04, T.O .502
Pittsburgh, HO 52 .532
Cincinnati, 01 54 .530
Brooklyn. 54 5ti .401
Philadelphia, 3!) . tt .308
Boston, 30 ' 73 .330
More Care
More Life
Remember the old shoes
you left out on the back
porch how they got stiff,
misshapen and useless.
It's like that with a battery.
If you neglect it you'll find that
you've left the way open for a
whole flock of troubles that
shorten battery life.
Your battery doesn't need
much attention, but it needs a
little and that regularly. The
safe way is to let us care for it
according to Willard Standards
of Service.
Never mind the make,
look after all of 'em!
We
(JAMES TODAY.
American League.
Detroit at Boston (two games).
Chicago at New York.
Cleveland at Washington.
St. Louis at Philadelphia (two games).
National League.
Boston at Pittsburgh.
New York at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
12 1
S 1
Olsen and
8
L. L. Whitney
47 Elm Street
Representing
Wliarci Batteries
l THREADED RUBBER INSUIATICS)
and W" Batteries
WOOD SEPARATORS)
American League,
Boston, H
Detroit. O
W. Collins and Chaplin ;
Bassler.
New York (10 innings) S
Chicago, 7
Ilojt, Jones. Bush and Scott;
enship, Davenport and Schalk.
Philadelphia, 8 13
St. Louis. 4 13
Naylor and Perkins; Yangilder, Kolp
and Severeid.
Cleveland. 7 13 0
Washington,
Morton and
son, Brillheart and Picinich, Gharrity.
0
Blank-
0
4
5 7 2
L. Sewell. O'Neil; Erick-
;
11
7
National League
Boston,
Pittsburgh.
Miller and Gowdv ; Cooper and Gooch.
New York, 17 12 4
Chicago, 11 20 3
V. Barnes, Ryan, Jonnard, J. Barnes,
Scott and Smith: Aldridge, Cheeves,
Osborne. Morris and O' Farrell, AVirts.
St. .Louis 14 innings), 3 10 1
Philadelphia, 2 t) 2
North, Haines and Ainsmith ; Ring and
Ilenline. '
Brooklyn at Cincinnati, rain.
JITNEY
Winchester-Brattleboro
Leaves Fields Drug Store,
Hinsdale 8.30 a. in. 1.45 p. in.
Leaves Powers' Drug Store,
Winchester 8 a. m., L15 p. ia.
Leaves .Hoot's Phariaacy,
Brtttleboro, return trip.
1030 a. m., 4.30 p. ra.
W. W. IIODGMAN. Mgr. Phoue 88
The House of Bigger, Better Pictures
Today Presents
An extraordinary production, a powerful drama of
the great open spaces where red-blooded men blaze new
trails through forests and snow.
CORINNE GRIFFITH
IN HER GREATEST PRODUCTION
"A Virgin's
BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL
Joseph Austin has gone to New York
to stay a few days.
, James Kaine has gone to Springfield,
Mass., for an indefinite stay..
E. M. Addis of Wallingford, Conn., ia
spending a few days with 1L M. Wod.
Miss Georgia Cuinner of Auhurn, Me.,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Nutter.
Mrs. J. B. Mahoney of Shelbunie
Falls, Mass., is visiting friends in town.
Mrs. Theo. Minard of White River
Junction is visiting her sister, Mrs. Rob
inson. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dix of Feeding
Hills, Mass., are visiting Justin Dix and
family.
C. A. Choate and family of Weft Bar
net are visiting Mrs. Helen AY. Chase a
few days. '
Julius F. Kuech left today for Boston
and the Maine coast, where he will spend
Lis vacation.
Mrs. Omar Buzzell has been visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thomas,
in Woodbury.
Arthur Pease of Woronoco, Mass., is
spending his vacation with his mother
in North Hinsdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Church and fam
ily are visiting Mr. Church's brother, W.
A. Church, in Jouesville.
Mrs. I. H. Betterley of the Ilolstein
Friesian association offices: begins a two
weeks' vacation Monday.
, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Eckels and fam
ily are spending two weeks at the
Fletcher cottage at Spofford lake.
Mrs. C. B. Lasou went yesterday to
Bennington to visit several days with
her daughter, Mrs. Leon C. White.
Mrs. Lee Pike of the Holstein-Frie-sian
association oflice will begin work
Monday after a three-weeks' vacation.
Mrs. Hubert A. Stebbins and Miss Eva
Andrews will go Monday to Montpelier,
where they will spend a two-weeks vaca
tion. J. V. Comstock of Vernon, N. Y., who
has been visiting his daughter, Mrs.
M. Irish, left today for Bridgeport,
Conn.
Miss Ethel A. Butler of the Holstein
Friesian association offices will return to
her work Monday, after a two-weeks
vacation.
Mrs. Harrie Pratt, who has been spend
ing a two-weeks' vacation from her work
in Houghton & Simonds's will return to
work Monday.
Mrs. John L. Howard and her sister,
Mrs. J. G. Miller of Williamsburg,
Mass., returned yesterday from a few
days' visit in Peru.
Miss Mildred C. Greenwood of High
wtroet- will rptjim home todav. after
snendine several weeks with relatives
in Lebanon, N. II.
Miss Eleanor Addis of v al'ingforu.
Conn., is the guest of Miss Hertha Daley.
Her sister. Miss Miriam Addis ia visiting
Miss Nathalie Benson.
Mrs. H. H. Sheppey and Miss Ollivette
Buckley will begin tomorrow a two
weeks' vacation from their work in Good
iiow, Pearson & Hunt's store.
Mrs. Clifford G. Maynard and daugh
ter, Alice, are expected tomorrow from
Burlington to visit Mrs. Maynard's sis
ter, Mrs. W. F. Root, a week.
Mrs. J. D. Saunders, who has been
spending a two-weeks' vacation in Ar
gvle, N. Y.. will return Monday to her
work in Houghton & Simonds's store.
Mrs. R.-Ci P.ismvnof Buffalo, N.,Y.
and Mrs. Brown's sisters. Miss Mary
and Mis Lucy Harris of Chester, have
been visiting this week with Mr. and
Mrs. Fred C. Brown.
Miss Hilma F. Ericson went yesterday
to Springfield, Mass., accompanied by
Adele Schorling, who had been spending
four weeks with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Ericson.
Horace T. Turner, superintendent of
schools in Plymouth, Mass., and Mrs.
Turner and Miss Sadie Libby of Rock
ford, 111., are spending the week-end with
Mrs. C. C. Johnson of Forest street.
Mrs. James Pegg and son. Richard,
orwl ,1'niirhtAF Mvrtle. of Mamarotieck.
N. Y., returned home today after visit
ing several days in the home of her
brother, Luther Stockwell, on Canal
street.
Sacrifice 9
The girl is on the trail of her enemies. She lives in
the far North where man is a law unto himself and fights
for woman's honor. Big snow scenes, real fire spectacles,
thrilling fights and a story full of heart throbs and love
interests that will appeal to every human being.
Extra Western, Topics of the Day, Aesop Fables
Matinee 2.30; evening 7-8.30 ;no advance in price
Monday Tuesday Wednesday
The Universal Super Jewel Production
"DKe MAW YOUlLLOyE'TO HATX
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Rudolph Christians, Miss Du Pont, Mae Bush,
Maude George and a cast of 15,000
Matinee 2.30: Children 10c-17c; Adults 28c
Evening 7.30: Children 17c-22c; Adults 28c-39c
7.30, News 7.15 Overture by Mr. Ernest Houde
of Boston
REMOVES ENTIRE DRY FORCE.
Prohibtion Commissioner Haynes Makes
Clean Sweep in Rhode Island.
PROVIDENCE. R. I.. Aug. 19. Pro
hibition Commissioner Roy A. Haynes
arrived in this city from Washington yes
terday morning and at once took charge
of the office of the state prohibition direc
tor, Edward J. Dunn. Soon afterward
he announced that he had accepted
Dunn's resignation and had requested all
other members of the state force to re
sign. General Prohibition Agent Harry G.
Sheldon of Divisional Chief Overpeck's
office in Boston was installed as acting
director. Field Supervistor Clayton E.
Main of Washington was appointed act
ing head of the executive division and
John Exnicious, divisional chief of the
Pennsylvania division, was placed in
charge of field agents.
Commissioner Haynes said that the
work of the Rhode Island force had not
come up to his high expectations of
"efficiency and productivity, but he had
no criminal charges to make or even to
.suggest.
WOOD CASE TO GRAND JURY.
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Of Particular Interest to Vermonters
Venhont - s : Water Power Resources
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Draw from one to two and so on to
the end.
" UNIONS TO VOTE ON OFFER.
2 """"T7 lpmff de-
Vermont's triAty gen-
a Much of tue induced
from ovet -
from veiuw-
The
Worsted Department of Pacific Mills
Due For Raise In October.
LAWRENCE, Aug. 1!). The Pacific
Mills issued a statement yesterday aft
ernoon which makes it apparent that
the wool sorters and other worsted de
partment employes, as well as v worsted
and cotton loomfixers, will receive the
old wane scale beginning Oct. 2, and
that it will date back to Sept. 1.
"So far as our other operatives are
concerned there has been no general
statement by the Pacific Mills as to the
amount of wage iucreases which mitrht
be effective Oct. 2, nor the date to which
these adjustments should bs made ret
roactive." Oflicials of the United Textile Work
ers stated that they would present the
offer to the strategy board for action
today and that that bodv had the power
to recommend the acceptance or the re
jection of the offer. Final action, how
ever, must be taken by all the mem- J
i
The loomfixers have called a meet
ing for Sunday afternoon at which time
the offer of the mill will be acted upon.
Evidence in Fatal Automobile Case to lie
Presented in September.
BOSTON, Aug. 10. District At
torney Saltonstall of Middlesex county
yesterday announced that all evidence in
the accident in which William Wood,
jr.. and Maj. Alexander Gardner were
killed Tuesday evening, would be pre
sented to the September sitting of the
Middlesex grand jury at Lowell. This
decision was reached after conferences
lasting several hours, in which nearly a
score of .witnesses to the accident hnd
ben interviewed, including Arthur H.
Earle, driver of the Stutz automobile, his
brother, Edward, and James M. Bailey,
the other occupants of the car.
The statements of all witnesses were
taken down by a stenographer. An in
vestigation is being made by State De
tective Fred M. Kirlin, assigned to the
case by District Attorney Saltonstall. in
dependent of the inquiries being carried
on by the Reading police and the state
department of public works.
Lucille Farrell. 3. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Farrell, jr., of Middle
bury, was pushed by a boy from the
fire escape on the graded school building
Wednesday afternoon and fell a dis
tance of thue steps to the pround. One
bone in her right arm. between the wrist
and elbow, was broken.
. are paymg
taxes on muno -
property to"""- .
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FRED H. HARRIS
Representing
BAKER, YOUNG & CO., BANKERS, BOSTON
A
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n Even Greater
aster of The Highway
BRITISH LIVINTf LONGER.
GOO.COO People in Lnglantl and Wales
Over 70 Years Old.
LONDON, Aug. W. People are living
longer today than in the past. s:iid Sir
Kingley Wood, M. 1'., of the health min
istry, at a recent meeting of the faculty
of insurance at Leeds.
There are at the present time in Eng
land and Wales 00O.O00 persons over 70
years of age, and G0,000 persons over 85
years of age.
In 1!20. 200.000 deaths occurred in
the case of persons under the age of 45,
or 44 per cent of the total number of
deaths. The chief causes of the present
high mortality rate are bronchitis, pneu
monia, tuberculosis and diseases of the
nervous system. Cancer also stands high
in the lLst.
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